Today we are sharing more Fall decor ideas with you! Yay! We decided to decorate Kim's house in traditional Autumn colors to show that those warm tone oranges, reds, and yellows are still so adorable plus we share a SUPER easy apple cobbler recipe at the end of this post!
In the blogging world we are always trying to come up with new and creative ways to decorate. Throughout the last few years home decor stores have definitely come out with funky colored pumpkins, flowers and other colors besides the typical oranges. Of course we love that but today we were feeling nostalgic and just wanted to put together a classic traditional Fall look! This look was inspired by sunflowers and the large apple harvest we yielded form our apple trees this year. If you're a regular reader you might have noticed we are a bit obsessed with apples lately and can see how we used them in a lakeside tablescape HERE and a boathouse vignette HERE.
Traditional fall is always so cozy, you really can't beat that about it.
If you are minimal seasonal decorator we suggest adding just a simple pop of plaid and sunflowers, they just scream fall!
Putting apples on display is such an easy way to bring Fall into your kitchen!
LAZY GIRLS APPLE COBBLER
I call this the lazy girls apple cobbler because not only do I use store bought cookie dough but I don’t even bother to peel the apples! You can vary this recipe by using pie filling in any flavor. I’ve used both cherry and blueberry pie filling in the past and both are delicious with the cookie dough topping! Today I'm using apples from our apple trees and sugar cookie dough. Another alteration would be to use oatmeal cookie dough on top to get more of an apple crisp flavor.
apples - 4-5 apples chopped
pillsbury refrigerated sugar cookie dough
2-3 Tablespoons sugar
2-3 teaspoons cinnamon
1.Chop apples and place in glass pie plate or 8x8 baking pan.
2.Mix in sugar and cinnamon to coat apples.
3.Bake apple mixture in 350 oven for ten minutes to soften. Let cool slightly.
4.Crumble cookie dough on top. Sprinkle top with cinnamon.
5.Bake in 350 oven 15 minutes or until cookie dough is golden brown.
Top servings with ice cream or whip cream and enjoy!
Makes 5-6 servings.
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Kim & Lacey